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Sexology
noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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"It's not just Mexican nationals that are coming across", a rancher was quoted as saying.
Lee Biggins, founder and managing director of CV-Library, said: "It goes without saying that coming across well in an interview is a must if you want to bag yourself that dream job.
I look forward to coming across more and more of these over the next 10 weeks.
"Some of the country's top fell runners from the Borrowdale club are coming across with the intention of breaking the course record," said Wood.
And given the double life that she leads, coming across as ordinary is just fine.
Noted one California Catholic: "Maybe it's because I'm out in Los Angeles where coming across an openly committed Christian is an anomaly itself--not saying there aren't many good Christians out here, just you tend to come across many more bitter, angry secularists.
Then, in 1915, coming across the word Humanism in an essay by Positivist Frederick M.
When I browse though my files in Windows Explorer I keep coming across items called Thumbs.db.
Impressively, the book's bells and whistles actually feel appropriate to its larger meaning, rather than coming across as mere gimmickry.
Du Pre does exactly that and finds Badger was caught coming across the Canadian border with ten thousand valium tablets.
After coming across a heavily annotated first edition of the book in Edinburgh, Gingerich began to doubt Koestler's assertion.